Senior Project Manager
The Senior Project Manager (SPM) is responsible for managing, coordinating, and establishing priorities for the complete life-cycle of projects including the planning, design, programming, testing, and implementation of business solutions designed to meet requirements of various departments in the company, such as distribution, finance, and manufacturing. Senior Project Managers are familiar with a variety of the project management methodologies and rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. They have proven experience leading technology projects to successful implementation. They consult with the client to define needs or problems, conduct research, perform studies and surveys to obtain data, and analyze problems to advise on or recommend solutions, utilizing knowledge of theory, principles, or technology of specific discipline or field of specialization. Strong vendor management skills needed.
Years of Relevant Experience:
- 4 year college degree in computer science or a related field; certifications specific to the field of project management.
- Manage, coordinate, and establish priorities for complete life-cycle of projects including the planning, design, programming, testing, and implementation of business solutions designed to meet requirements of various departments in the company, such as distribution, finance, and manufacturing.
- Design project plans, which identify needs and define major tasks and milestones, based on scope, resources, budget, and personnel.
- Require proven success communicating verbally and in writing to multiple project stakeholders internal and external to the organization.
- Determine project needs and acquires resources required for the success of the project.
- Coordinate the development of new systems and/or applications projects, the modification of existing systems or applications, or changes in current methods or techniques.
- Coordinate project performance with the other work of the affected department or departments.
- Excludes those who do not have full time responsibilities for project management.